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Recently posted questions and answers:
We lived in the Province of Saskatchewan for 7 years we moved to Alberta 6 years ago. Filed for Bankruptcy in 2002 in the Province of Saskatchewan. Trustee went for Discharge in 2005. But because we didn't fulfill all of our obligations it was "Sine Die". Due to the amount of time that has passed it there a solution to this problem?
just curious how i get out of bankruptcy its been years since i filled but didnt finish paying the fees then when i looked into it they said i had to pay 1900 just to look at my fileand at least 5000 for out standing is there any way i can get discharged
I would like to declare bankruptcy on a few of my debts. I have one loan that is cosigned by my father that I don't want to include though i can pay that one its just all the credit card that I got left with through my divorce. Please advise if I can just do the credit cards and not he loan with my father i don't want to wreck his credit. thank you.
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